Get Ready for Love, Laughs and Lies when Bravo Heads Down to Georgia with "Southern Charm Savannah"

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05 May 2017
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Southern Charm Savannah
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“Southern Charm Savannah"
Premieres Monday, May 8 at 10PM ET/PT on Bravo
 
          Bravo Media takes viewers past the antebellum walls for an inside look into the posh society of Savannah, Georgia, with its new series “Southern Charm Savannah.” This hauntingly romantic city is filled with heirs and socialites who learned to operate boats before cars and whose ball gowns and white dinner jackets never collect dust. The series will follow six lifelong friends as they set out to make their mark in this world, all while navigating their legacies, love lives, and personal relationships.

          Beneath Savannah’s beautiful oak trees draped in Spanish moss is an exclusive world that will seduce viewers with mystery, blue-blood refinement and deep history. From bridge club parties to oyster roasts, the Savannah social calendar is always full for the elite individuals who make the list.

 

          This close-knit group includes Lyle Mackenzie, a man on a mission who moved back to Savannah hoping to make an honest woman out of his high school sweetheart; Louis Oswald, who recently resigned from his corporate banking job to become a full-time entrepreneur; Hannah Pearson, who relocated from Atlanta and found love but learned quickly that in Savannah, “mama’s boy” takes on a whole new meaning; Daniel Eichholz, a Jewish business man by day and ladies’ man by night who was forced to grow up after a scandal nearly destroyed his family business; Catherine Cooper, a modern Southern Belle on a quest for independence; and Ashley Borders, a fashionista who spent years traveling the world before realizing that there really is no place like home. Additional charming characters set to make an appearance include Happy McCullough, who is bucking old-school Southern traditions by marrying her Muslim boyfriend; and comeback kid W. Nelson Lewis Jr., who made headlines in Washington D.C. with his wild behavior.
 
 
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